A comparison of conventional and accelerated methods for surface hardening
The success in induction hardening of cast irons and repeatability of obtained results are greatly affected by a potential variation of matrix carbon content.
Several advantages can be seen by using pre-stressed wire-wound hot isostatic presses for consolidating of metal powder.
The control of the filler metal at the braze joint of a sinter brazed product has significant impact on the quality and yield of complex shapes.
When a manufacturer of fasteners and fastening system components needed a more reliable process control system, it turned to Conrad Kacsik for an upgrade that would work with its older hardware.
More heat-treating engineers are making the switch to graphite fixturing using carbon composite materials.
Three basic steps that can help in selecting the right thermocouple wire.
How to control and understand “noise,” as well as installation considerations.
Cryogenics or sub-zero treatment is the third parameter required to achieve maximum hardness in ferrous alloys.
An analytical guide to the down-select process.
Plasma nitriding is becoming more and more important for heat treatment.
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